We have been asked for some time now to explain our understanding of the Hebrew calendar. This is simply a short video to explain our understanding of the topic. The calendar has been a topic of debate for many over the years. This is not an attempt to “prove” any other view of the calendar wrong. We respect all views of the calendar and believe this should not be a topic to divide over. We are all seeking to please our Heavenly Father the best we can to our understanding. We simply wanted to answer the questions to our view. We pray you find benefit from this teaching.
There are many perspectives on the subject of tzitzit concerning women. This teaching shares where some of those perspectives originate. It will also help you see how Numbers 15 relates to all of Israel, instructing male and female, with understanding the purpose tzitzit is for YHWH’s people.
“I am keenly aware that in proposing [that the Torah of Moses is valid for Christians] I have guaranteed for myself a limited hearing,” Daniel I. Block, opening line from his essay entitled “Preaching Old Testament Law to New Testament Christians” found in the book “The Gospel According to Moses: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Book of Deuteronomy”. What follows are my notes on Daniel I. Block’s essay entitled “Preaching Old Testament Law to New Testament Christians”.
If so, then we are sure you have many questions. Our family also had many questions when we first came to the understanding that the Torah is still for today. During recent years we have put together what we have learned into video teachings and have made them available in hopes of helping others on their journey.
Most everyone is familiar with the verse that says Yeshua is the way, truth and the life. And for some reason, it seems that we all just pass over that so quickly. Join us as we dig a little deeper into examining what it means when it says He is “the way”.
Take a brief walk through the Scriptures and let them provide the true definition of “What is Sin?”
WWJD has become quite the popular catch-phrase among folks today; the question is, do we really know exactly “What would Jesus do?”
We’ve all been told that the Sabbath is now on Sunday. But how many of us have truly tested that? Have we truly examined the basis of this belief? Or have we just blindly accepted what we have been taught over the years based on the interpretations of man’s views of the scriptures that have been passed down through the generations?
We present this examination of the scriptures regarding the one day that was given as a sign and covenant for those who choose to follow our Heavenly Father.